Sunday, November 7, 2010

Sweet Corn Pudding



Welcome to November!!!! This month we will be sharing side dishes and leftover ideas for that wonderful Thanksgiving Day Turkey. Our first side dish is one my husband and I are both really excited to try, we both really love corn and we processed many ears of sweet corn over the summer so this dish to us was already a winner in our hearts.


6 ears - Sweet Corn (off the cob)
1/2 C. - Milk
1/2 C. - Heavy Cream
1/2 C. - Cheddar Cheese (shredded)
1/2 Tsp. - Cayenne Pepper
2 Eggs (beaten)
Salt & Pepper
Crispy Onion Rings

Heat oven to 350 degrees, in a large bowl combine the milk, cream, cheese, eggs, salt, pepper and cayenne. Add the corn and mix well, pour into a greased casserole dish and bake for 35 minutes or until set and golden brown. Let cool slightly then top with crispy onion rings and serve.


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13 comments:

Leslie said...

YUM! I am glad this recipe calls for fresh corn and not canned corn..BARF!

teresa said...

oh this looks great, i just might make this for thanksgiving too!

Julie said...

Sounds the perfect Thanksgiving or Christmas side dish. I love the little kick of cayenne in there!

sweetlife said...

oh great recipe, corn..heavy cream..cheddar cheese and cayenne..all my favorite..yum

sweetlife

5 Star Foodie said...

Scrumptious pudding! It sounds terrific with cayenne and cheddar additions!

Biz said...

That looks amazing MaryBeth!! I've actually never had creamed corn before.

Hope you guys are having a great week!

grace said...

this looks great, marybeth! though i'm partial to pepper jack, i think the cheddar makes this a great color. yum.

Judy said...

I love corn pudding, this looks so yummy. Thanks for entering my Kikkoman giveaway. Come back and enter more comments to increase your chances of winning!

The Blonde Duck said...

I'm so glad I saw this! I love sweet corn. This will go perfectly with the stuffed bell peppers I want to make this weekend!

cookies and cups said...

This sounds excellent! I LOVE corn casserole on Thanksgiving (for some reason that's the only time we make it) and this seems like a really cool version!

Rich said...

So this looks like the absolute perfect mix between creamed corn and cornbread. Which, of course, means it looks freaking delicious!

Chow and Chatter said...

cool idea and looks so pretty thanks so much for visiting my blog Rebecca

Val said...

This would be so tasty for Thanksgiving If even breakfast. Yum

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